Conical formed compression battery springs from Lee Spring are ideal for prototype and small run production, as well as larger runs.
Bowman International introduced a range of high temperature, self-lubricated PEEK-lined steel or bronze backed wrapped bearings.
Constant Force Springs from Lee Spring offer a good mechanism for applications where a constant load is required.
Custom stampings are often at the heart of equipment – making connections, retaining components, operating elements within an OEM device.
Rittal launches a new range of maintenance-free conductor connection clamps that utilise push-in technology, providing quick and easy cable connection.
Wire Forms are used extensively in industries such as electronics and automotive as retainers or for location of components from connectors to seat coverings.
How do the terms “labyrinth” and “drive shaft” go together? The answer lies in the new “CoRX” and “Twin-Ax” deep groove ball bearings for passenger car drive shafts from Schaeffler, which deliver durability even under extreme conditions.
Lee Spring have developed spring kits which meet a comprehensive range of needs for design, prototyping and development purposes.
Thomson Industries donated a high-precision ball screw assembly to The Geek Group National Science Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to help develop revolutionary designs of Tesla Coils (TC).